S. Sowmya - Titles and Honours

Titles and Honours

  • Vidhya Tapasvi, TAPAS Cultural FOundation, Chennai, 2012
  • Distinguished Alumnus, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, 2011
  • Sangeetha Choodamani, Sri Krishna Gana Sabha, Chennai, 2010
  • Sangeetha Siromani, Nungambakkam Cultural Academy, Chennai, 2009
  • Sangeetha Saptha Sagara, Shanthi Arts Foundation, Chennai, 2005
  • Vani Kala Sudhakara, Sri Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, Chennai, 2004
  • Bala Ratna, Shri Bala Tripurasundari Peetham, Nemili, 2005
  • Asthana Vidushi, Sri Sri Sringeri Sharada Peetham, 2003 /
  • Nada Bhushanam, Shanmukhananda Fine Arts, New Delhi, 2002
  • Tamil Isai Chelvi, Australian Tamil Foundation, 2001
  • Rasika Kala Ratna, Rasikapriya, Sydney, Australia, 2001
  • Sangeetha Kala Bharathy, Needamangalam VVS Foundation, Chennai, 2001
  • Nada Oli, Nada Inbam, Chennai, 2001
  • Isai Peroli, Karthik Fine Arts, Chennai, 1996
  • Yuva Kala Bharathi, Bharat Kalachar, Chennai, 1990
  • Sahithyapriya, Jan Kalyan (Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham), Kanchipuram

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